by Henry T. Blackaby Return to Articles We tend to “set a time” for many things. We’ve just been through Halloween in October and Thanksgiving in November. Now we’re poised for Christmas in December and then New Year’s Day in January. February will bring Valentine’s Day and April, Easter. We’ll celebrate Mother’s Day in early…

by Henry T. Blackaby Return to Articles Where have true, God-purposed “friends” gone, in this day of ours? Most of us start out seeking godly, true friends to walk with us over the stormy times, the pressured times and even our failures. But somewhere in our life experiences “true friends” seem harder and harder to…

by Henry T. Blackaby Return to Articles Last month I asked “Where God is in the midst of tragedies?” This month I will address “What should we do when tragedy strikes?” How should we respond, in the midst of tragedy such as death, loss, financial or marriage crises? Several Scriptures come to my mind immediately….

by Henry T. Blackaby Return to Articles In the midst of tragedies, every promise of God is still true. Tragedy does not remove God or change God. He remains (Hebrews 13:8). When God says, “I will never leave you nor forsake you,” (Deuteronomy 31:6; Hebrews 13:5), He means this and He never changes. Such promises…

by Henry T. Blackaby Return to Articles O Lord, we know that tragedies never change Your love or Your presence among us. Tragedies are moments when you make Your love real and personal to those who trust You and call on You. Your presence gives us hope because all of life’s circumstances are always under…

by Henry T. Blackaby Return to Articles In these days, which are full of incredible “hassles,” everyone needs a regular time alone from others to go to a quiet place and pray. Scripture records many instances of Jesus taking time alone with His Father to refresh Himself and know God’s will for His life: “……

by Henry T. Blackaby Return to Articles In this day of a great many fears, God reaches deep within our hearts and our minds and says, “Fear not, for I am with you; be not dismayed, for I am your God. I will strengthen you, yes, I will help you, I will uphold you with…

by Henry T. Blackaby Return to Articles The Scriptures contrast the thinking of the world with Truth from God. God warns us not to: — “walk in the counsel of the ungodly” — “stand in the way of sinners” — “sit in the seat of the scornful” (Psalm 1:1) John urges believers in an even…

by Henry T. Blackaby Return to Articles David, in his great act of repentance, cried out unto God: “… restore to me the JOY [my emphasis] of YOUR salvation …” (Psalm 51:12). You see, David had sinned and the joy God had given him was gone. He knew his relationship with God had changed and…

by Henry T. Blackaby Return to Articles Jesus prayed to the Father for His disciples, “I have declared to them Your Name, and will declare it, that the love with which You loved Me may be in them, and I in them” (John 17:26). What an incredible statement! Jesus’ one desire was that His disciples…

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